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Leftover Salmon Keyboardist Arrested

11:01 AM Friday 1/23/09 | |

The keyboardist for Colorado jam band Leftover Salmon has been arrested under some rather dicey allegations.

Police say William McKay, 39, was arrested Jan. 20 for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman after a New Year’s Eve party, according to the Denver Post. McKay, of Denver, is also accused of drugging the woman before the assault. He was held in the Eagle County Detention Center without bail, according to the Post.

His band, the Bill McKay Band, reportedly played at Rick & Kelly’s American Bistro in Edwards the night in question. Leftover Salmon is just one of many Colorado bands to employ McKay in the past two decades, the Post said.

“William McKay was not performing with Leftover Salmon or any of its band members when this incident occurred,” Leftover Salmon manager John Joy told Pollstar. “We do not know the facts and are unable to comment at this time.”

Comments

  1. Leftoversarebest wrote:

    07:36 AM, Jun 15, 2010

    Here ,Here !!

  2. Super jam bandfan wrote:

    07:09 AM, Jun 07, 2010

    Great Band

  3. Leftoversarebest wrote:

    07:04 PM, Jun 06, 2010

    They have some good shows coming up .Check out their web site.

  4. Leftoversarebest wrote:

    08:49 AM, Jun 05, 2010

    Everything worked out fine.I think the arrests were dropped.Good thing he didn't have any drugs on him at the time.They are still the best jam band around !!

  5. Super jam bandfan wrote:

    09:37 AM, May 29, 2010

    Thanks for the email

  6. Super jam bandfan wrote:

    07:51 AM, May 27, 2010

    Someone sent me a message saying this was old news....well it's new to me !! sorry !!

  7. Jambandfan wrote:

    09:34 AM, May 24, 2010

    Saw them on jam cruise,one of my favorite bands.Sorry to hear about the drugs and arrests.



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